Non-linear perfect reconstruction filter banks for image coding

DW Redmill, David Bull

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This paper presents a new architecture for designing non-linear, critically decimated, perfect reconstruction filter banks. It is believed that such filters have a wide range of applications including that of still image and image sequence compression. Example filters are presented, for still image compression using a quincunx system. These filters are shown to out-perform other linear and non-linear methods, both in terms of subjective and objective image quality
Original languageEnglish
Pages593 - 596
Publication statusPublished - Aug 1996

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Name of Conference: International Conference on Image Processing
Venue of Conference: Lausanne


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